Xlibris Publishing introduces Lula Criddle, author of the Watch What You Watch books.
About Your Book and Yourself
Please briefly describe your book
The name of my book is Watch What You Watch book#2 The sequel to Watch What You Watch book#1.
My book is a thriller, yet I’m hoping it will be a help to the readers in some positive way.
Who is the author “behind” the book?
I am not a professional writer, but I also write biblical, seasonal and regular word search puzzles as well as short stories. One of my puzzles was accepted and printed in the Florida Retirement Magazine, a while back.
Do you have any particular literary influences that have helped you develop in your genre, subject and style?
I watch stories like Murder She Wrote, and have watched stories by the English writer Agatha Christie.
I like listening to music, fishing, reading and of course writing.
What inspired you to write your book, and how long did it take you to finish it?
What Inspired Me:
Watching different actions in the lives of many people over a period of time, I saw changes in attitudes, in almost an (unnoticeable)way. Unless you begin to sence a real difference in ones behavior you may not be aware of the changes. As these thoughts stayed on my mind a lot, the Lord inspired me to write something that would bring awareness. So I hope and pray that the story of Bently and Shelia will help others be aware of attitude changes when watching, listening to or even reading to much of something.
It took quite a few months for me to finish each book. I had a writers block between my first book and the second one.
What is the one message you would like to convey to your readers?
To the Readers:
If you are considering writing. Remember when your thoughts come in a flowing manner, write them down while their coming. Keep pad and pen with you at all times, even at night, so you can write down words that come to. You can put the words in order later just get your thoughts down on paper while they’re coming to mind.
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